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Arctic Tipping Points – is a multidisciplinary research project supported by the European Commission. Thirteen different institutions from Norway, Spain, Denmark, Poland, United Kingdom, France, Russian Federation, Greenland, Sweden and Germany are participating in research, data analysing and communication with the politician and the society.

Warming of the northern hemisphere has resulted in a dramatic loss of sea ice, which again is a loss of critical habitat for ice-related species. Further, loss of ice may also change the global ocean current and causes major changes in the underwater light and turbulence environment affecting primary production and other key ecosystem functions. Warming of polar ecosystems allows the invasion by species opportunistically extending their latitudinal range and increasing temperature has a major impact on the physiological and life history traits of the organisms present.

There is now mounting evidence that ecosystem response to certain types or magnitudes of external pressures (like e.g. climate changes) is often abrupt and non-linear, leading to a significant reorganization of system properties and processes. Such ecosystem changes are known as regime shifts and the non-linear responses are often initiated by qualitative changes in the structure or function of the ecosystem. They may be so fundamental that the impacted ecosystems respond to new pressures in completely different manners than the original ecosystem did. ‘‘Tipping point’’ commonly refers to a critical level or threshold at which minor perturbations can qualitatively alter the state or development of a whole system.

Arctic ecosystems are in particular sensitive to even minor changes in temperature and you will therefore expect that climate-driven threshold and tipping points lead to abrupt changes here much sooner compared to other ecosystems. Further, Arctic is warming about three times faster than the global rate and the Arctic ecosystems are likely to encounter severe ecological changes. In fact, the ongoing loss of the Arctic ice pack has been identified as one of the key tipping elements in the world climate system, making change in the Arctic significant on a global scale. Current models suggest that the Arctic Ocean will be largely ice-free in late summer within the next 30 years.

The ATP-project is focusing on where and when climate-related tipping points are reached within the arctic area. By seven different work packages, ATP are addressing the questions through analysis of existing data, applying new experimental approaches and by modelling the dominating physical and biological components. ATP will further generate new knowledge of how changes in Arctic ecosystems may impact employment, income and lifestyle for the European Arctic.

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Strange that China isn't included among them. hmmm
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RE: The two Koreas, here is more...
In South Korea, concern over the North's possible collapse
As politicians and analysts argue about the health of Kim Jong Il and his totalitarian regime in North Korea, Woo Kee-sup is troubled by a more basic concern - if the North were to fall, how many of its 24 million residents would be ready to live in a modern society?
Running a small private school that works with North Korean defectors in their teens and 20s, Woo has a firsthand look at students produced by the educational system in the Hermit Kingdom, and the news isn't good, he says.
"Some of them have graduated from high school in North Korea, but their learning capacity is very poor," said Woo, a 64-year-old retired technology executive. "In some cases, we start out teaching them at the elementary school level."
Although the Yeomyung School that Woo heads near central Seoul offers just a snapshot of the issue, it's a worrying reminder for South Korean leadership that should the North collapse, millions of undereducated, traumatized and malnourished North Koreans might come flooding across the border.
"Everybody has the same reason for leaving (North Korea): They're hungry,"
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Saw that when The Wall came down in Germany. People in East Germany had been living in third world for decades, suddenly had to face modern Germany. Traumatic.



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Arctic Ocean Basin

The smallest of Earth's five ocean basins is the Arctic. The Arctic Ocean extends south from the North Pole to the shores of Europe, Asia, and North America. The surface waters of the Arctic Ocean mingle with those of the Pacific Ocean through the Bering Strait, by way of a narrow and shallow channel, which has a depth of about 55 meters (180 feet). More importantly, the Arctic waters mix with those of the Atlantic Ocean across a system of submarine sills (shallow ridges) that reach from Scotland to Greenland and from Greenland to Baffin Island at depths of about 500 to 700 meters (1,640 to 2,300 feet).

The total surface area of the Arctic Ocean—including its major subdivisions, the North Polar Sea (the main portion), the Norwegian Sea, the North Sea, and the Barents Sea—is about 14 million square kilometers (5.4 million square miles).

Approximately one-third of the Arctic Ocean is underlain by continental shelf, which includes a broad shelf north of Eurasia and the narrower shelves of North America and Greenland. Seaward of the continental shelves lies the Arctic Basin proper, which is subdivided into a set of three parallel ridges and four basins (also known as deeps). These features have been discovered and explored only since the late 1940s. The Lomonosov Ridge, the major ridge, cuts the North Polar Sea almost in half, extending as a submarine bridge 1,700 kilometers (1,060 miles) from Siberia to the northwestern tip of Greenland. Parallel to it are two shorter ridges: the Alpha Ridge on the North American side, defining the Canada and Makarov basins, and the mid-ocean ridge on the Eurasian side, defining the Nansen and Fram basins.

The average depth of the Arctic Ocean is only about 1,500 meters (4,900 feet) because of the vast shallow expanses on the continental shelves. The deepest point in the Arctic Ocean is 5,450 meters (17,880 feet).

Unlike the other oceans, the Arctic Ocean is ice-covered. At lower latitudes, the ice melts during the summer months. At polar latitudes, however, the ice cover is permanent. Another distinctive feature of the Arctic Ocean is the presence of islands composed of ice. These ice islands move, as does much of the ice cover, in the currents that exist in the underlying ocean water. Scientists have used the islands as research bases to study the arctic ice movements and other aspects of the far North.


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[link to www.rand.org]

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I found this information interesting.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I found this information interesting.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Hi Hans,

I have some pics of strange things in the Arctic, or at least they were there, they don't show with the newer updates.

Take a look at these few:

[link to i988.photobucket.com]
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Strange indeed, and it seemed the magnetic flux caused or altered the appearance too.
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Hi Hans,

I have some pics of strange things in the Arctic, or at least they were there, they don't show with the newer updates.

Take a look at these few:

[link to i988.photobucket.com]
[link to i988.photobucket.com]
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Strange indeed, and it seemed the magnetic flux caused or altered the appearance too.
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Thanks ISIS, I think most of the confusion is caused by the sattelite fly over paths. They ALL intersect around here on their fly bys and so the collage view of them all together is more cramped and creates odd joins, where as other points on Earth are less cramped together with the fly bys.

Thanks so much for digging all this up so quickly. Anything more comes to light and I will share straight away.

Did anyone see Dhlos' posts on one of aco's threads? (or was it the brief case one?) Very interesting stuff in the vids.
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OIL SPILL KILLED THE GULF LOOP
BRITAIN AND EUROPE ARE HEADING INTO A WINTER UNLIKE ANY SEEN IN OUR LIFE TIMES. THIS IS BECAUSE THE GULF STREAM IS GONE.

THE GULF OF MEXICO BP OIL SPILL KILLED THE GULF LOOP WHICH IS THE DRIVING FORCE OF THE GULF STREAM. IN THE PAST IT HAS BROUGHT WARM WATER AND AIR OVER TO THE COAST OF IRELAND AND THE UK, WHICH IS THE MAIN REASON WE DONT ALREADY SUFFER WINTERS ON A PAR WITH N.CANADA AND RUSSIA.
WELL, THE GULF STREAM IS GONE - AND WE ARE HEADING INTO A WINTER THAT THIS COUNTRY SIMPLY CANNOT COPE WITH.

WE HAVE ALREADY SEEN A HORRENDOUS START TO THE UK WINTER WITH MORE SET TO FOLLOW NEXT WEEK, WITH FORECASTERS SAYING ITS GOING TO BE HERE TIL XMAS (THATS AS FAR AS THEY FORECAST FOLKS! THIS IS HERE FOR THE LONG HAUL)
LINK: [link to beforeitsnews.com]

Believe me you do not want winters like in Russia, I have seen that up close and personal.
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Your link did not work :)

Here a better one and with a lot of up-date links : [link to mountzion144.ning.com]


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An interesting little piece.....
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well done Isis7, Hans, Col and BHD !!!!

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Hi Krispy haven't seen you in a while.

Nice vid on the atlantic current. The question is if it is stopped due to the gulf oil spill or the warming in the nothern latitudes. There is evidence that it has stopped and reversed before. It had been reported that it was slowing prior to the gulf spill. Another earth change that they can blame on the gulf oil spill I suspect. Just a thought. rken
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Remember the Arctic Nukes?
Don't know if this fits in at all...the U.S. are blamed in this piece. Trying to repair damage from this?

[link to ipower.ning.com]

The Mr.Fixits of the NWO(Russia), have been all over the place recently, now they need floating Nuclear Power Stations apparently...lots of portable power.

[link to environment.change.org]

Is this factional differences? Or all part of the same end-game?
Inevitably the incoming rising frequencies are playing a sizeable part in these crustal break-ups...nature is providing numerous potentials for TTWB to exploit/hi-jack/rwist to suit their own nefarious plans.
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Floating nuclear power stations are planned to be used mainly in the Russian Arctic. Five of these will be used by Gazprom for offshore oil and gas field development and for operations on the Kola and Yamal peninsulas.[

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to www.world-nuclear-news.org]
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If this has been covered already...please forgive.

Hot springs on the Arctic sea floor

Scientists from Switzerland and Norway have taken a voyage to the Arctic to investigate what is deep down on the seabed there. Using a remote controlled submarine, they have located the northernmost "black smoker," a deep-ocean vent that heats the icy seas to more than 400 degrees Celsius.

[link to www.dw-world.de]

Wonder how many of these smokers there are in the Arctic...explains the warming going on if there are many.
This seems to be going on everywhere, and to some extent may compensate for the Gulf Stream failure, depending on how the ocean currents re-arrange themselves.
(If we get a cold current off the coast drawn down from the north here in the U.K. as part of this re-ajustment, then we will be into almost tundra conditions.)
Has The U.S. tried to create a new GOM situation in the Arctic with these nukes?
Many countries have shown interest in the resource rich Arctic, and a possible reason may be that this area may be much more accessible in the near future, with new shipping lanes opening up if melting continues apace. Wonder if they have been speeding up this process?
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A bit unrelated...but just found this...

This strange weather phenomenon happened in Newfoundland where the waves were actually frozen as they crashed on the beach.

[link to www.break.com]
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A bit unrelated...but just found this...

This strange weather phenomenon happened in Newfoundland where the waves were actually frozen as they crashed on the beach.

[link to www.break.com]
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saw that video .... it's posted on another glp thread ... some say it's an old video, and it's ice being pushed ashore by the waves

but never the less ... very interesting indeed

caught the end part of a documentary on UK tv a few days ago .... think it was filmed in Siberia or somewhere similar and was titled 'The coldest Place on earth' .... guy took a bucket of boiling water, tipped it out it in the air, and the water droplets immediately turned into snow

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When I was in Russia, they had a way of telling how cold it was. Seems like if you spit and it froze (Crackling sound) before it hit the ground, it was colder than -60 I believe.If it hit the ground and then froze it was only about -35 or something like that. They had a whole system worked out on that basis down to like -100. Tells you how much there is to do in Russia in the wintertime.
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This article brings an international aspect to the gulf, it may have been posted before, if so, I missed it, sorry if already posted.

I found it listed in a search on Ocean Development & International Law

Listed as Marine Policy and Law

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When I was in Russia, they had a way of telling how cold it was. Seems like if you spit and it froze (Crackling sound) before it hit the ground, it was colder than -60 I believe.If it hit the ground and then froze it was only about -35 or something like that. They had a whole system worked out on that basis down to like -100. Tells you how much there is to do in Russia in the wintertime.
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It's amazing the simple science humans can come up with giving time and solitude to work on the basics.
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China, not a member of the Arctic Council that determines Arctic policies, is actively searching ways to reap economic and strategic benefits from the ice melting despite having no Arctic coast, and hence no sovereign rights to underwater continental shelves there. The emerging giant is assessing the commercial, political and security implications of a seasonally ice-free Arctic region. It has allocated more resources to Arctic research. The country owns one of the world’s strongest polar scientific research capabilities and the world’s largest non-nuclear icebreaker. China is building a new high-tech polar expedition research icebreaker, planned to set sail in 2013.

[link to www.countercurrents.org]
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U.N. council split on North Korea statement: diplomats

The U.N. Security Council met in emergency session on Sunday to try to cool tensions on the Korean Peninsula, but the five big powers were split on whether to publicly blame North Korea for the crisis.
Pyongyang raised an alert for artillery units along its west coast in what appeared to be its latest move in a growing crisis between the two Koreas, Yonhap news agency said, quoting a South Korean government source. The report was issued ahead of a planned live-fire drill by South Korea.
South Korea's Defense Ministry offered no immediate comment on the Yonhap report. Bad weather has so far delayed the planned firing drill at a disputed border that has enraged Pyongyang.

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Isis, when and where were these pictures taken? The insulators on the telephone poles cause that picture to appear to be a number of years old.
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Last night I watched Jesse Ventura's show on Harpe. Just a thought here - couldn't Harpe be used to repair the Gulf Stream.

As a side, the show was very interesting and Harpe is very firghtening.
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This article brings an international aspect to the gulf, it may have been posted before, if so, I missed it, sorry if already posted.

I found it listed in a search on Ocean Development & International Law

Listed as Marine Policy and Law

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Linking through the site, we discover that Norway has had a carbon tax since at least 1991 and that Statoil, the Norweigian oil and gas company, has stored carbon in order not to be charged the tax.

Statoil is one of the oil companies involved with BP in SERPENT, which is doing nano-bio research in the Gulf of Mexico.

The rull article makes it clear that there are unknown long-term effects of dealing with a "CO2 bubble" 1000 meters below the sea bed in the North Sea.


"...the Sleipner Project, which started up in 1996. It is the first commercial application of emissions avoidance through the use of carbon capture and sequestration technologies. The Sleipner oil and gas field, operated by Statoil, is located in the North Sea about 240 km off the coast of Norway. In order for natural gas drawn from the site to meet commercial specifications, its contaminant CO2
concentration must be reduced from about 9% to 2.5%. This is a common practice at gas fields worldwide in which the CO2 captured from the natural gas is vented to the atmosphere. At Sleipner, however, CO2 is compressed and pumped into a 200-m-thick sandstone layer, the Utsira Formation, which lies about 1000 m below the seabed. One motivation for doing this was the Norwegian offshore carbon tax, which was then about U.S.$50/t of CO2 in 1991 (the tax was lowered to $38/t on Jan. 1, 2000).

About 1 million metric tons of CO2 (equivalent to about 3% of Norway’s total annual CO2 emissions) have been sequestered annually at Sleipner since October 1996. The incremental investment cost for sequestration was about
$80 million. Solely on the basis of carbon tax savings, the investment was paid back in about one-and-a-half years."

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Earth’s Core ‘Mysteriously’ Shifts Causing near Simultaneous Antipodal Earthquakes in Central America, South America and Indonesia
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Earth’s Core ‘Mysteriously’ Shifts Causing near Simultaneous Antipodal Earthquakes in Central America, South America and Indonesia

Russian scientists are reporting that the Earth’s core has experienced a mysterious ‘shifting’, as yet for unexplained reasons, but has caused near simultaneous earthquakes in both the countries of Indonesia and its antipodal counterparts of Panama, Venezuela and Nicaragua.

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Report on our local weather news today:

"2010 A Wild Year For Weather

This was the year the Earth struck back. Earthquakes, heat waves, floods, volcanoes, super typhoons, blizzards, landslides and droughts killed at least a quarter million people in 2010 "

[link to www.wyff4.com]

They forgot to mention the fires. (Russia)

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